"In the whole film, I'm just sitting in a car and turning the steering. There is more silence for me in this film, my dialogues are minimal and almost as good as nothing. And whatever little dialogues I had, they have been all shown in the trailer," he said at the trailer launch of the film.
He plays a traffic constable in the film who decides to spearhead a situation where a heart has to be delivered to a patient in another location, amidst the heavy traffic in Mumbai.
"Most of the constables in Mumbai, come from the small places of Maharashtra and I had to grasp their style of speech and mannerisms. We don't know about the difficulties they have to face in their personal life, their family troubles and professional crisis.�
The movie is remake of a Malayalam film of the same name.
The film, also starring Jimmy Sheirgill, Sachin Khedekar, Prosenjit Chatterjee and Parambrata Chatterjee among others, hits theatres on May 6. (IANS)